Natsuki Fukasawa

Natsuki Fukasawa

Lecturer, Piano
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Steinway Artist Natsuki Fukasawa serves on the faculty of University of the Pacific’s Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music as well as for the Talis Festival and Academy and Orfeo Music Festival. She also enjoys nurturing young talents in her own private studio. Her students’ accomplishments include appearances in the NPR show “From the Top,” top prizes in Chopin National Competition, MTAC Young Artist Guild and Philadelphia International Competition.

Fukasawa has performed in Australia, Bosnia, Brazil, China, Denmark, England, Hong Kong, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the U.S. She is a recipient of the Best Chamber Music Recording of the Year from the Danish Music Awards.

In addition, Fukasawa is the pianist on the soundtrack of recent film “We Had to Go – Remembering Internment.” She has released a live solo album “Year in Prague” and co-released albums “Voices from Easter Europe” with violinist Igor Veligan and “Vocalise” with bassoonist Scott Pool. In 2022 she collaborated on the album “Song of the Redwood Tree” from MSR Classics.

In 2023, Fukasawa performed as a soloist Gershwin’s Concerto in F at Mondavi Center. She also released a new video recording of a commissioned work “Invisibles by Miguel del Aguilá, and was featured as one of the convention artists at the 2023 Music Teachers’ Association of California Annual Convention.


BM, Juilliard School, New York

MM, Juilliard School, New York

DMA, University of Maryland